Impact of COVID-19 on studying abroad in Europe: Overview
The World is disturbed by COVID-19 Outbreak. Students who had plans for abroad study are in the confusion about the question is it safe to study abroad after COVID-19? Or which country is safe to study abroad after coronavirus? Europe is the most demanding educational destination that’s why In this blog, you will get an overview of the impact of COVID-19 in Europe study programs.
Corona Virus effect on Abroad study
There are many countries in Europe that offers good quality education in a low or no fee structure and in this pandemic Europe is badly affected. It disturbed the whole education process which can be seen in long term such as
No Classroom studies or Exam- To break the chain of coronavirus all classes are going on the internet. Many universities like Oxford University, Technical University of Berlin, etc have ordered to continue classes online.
Strict Policies for Immigrations- due to coronavirus countries implement strict Immigration policies. No outsiders can come in the county without any solid reason. Nationals or permanent residents are exempted by this immigration policy.
Less Admission Requirements- Due to this pandemic no exams could be organized and because of this reason, top universities demand fewer admission requirements. So that students can enroll here.
Changes in Admission process or Deadlines- Universities may extend the dates of application process and deadlines. Also, changes can be made with the dates of the new semester class. For information, you have to check the official website of the particular universities.
In case you do not fulfill the admission requirement due to this pandemic then you should consult the admission depart of the university, they will assist you regarding this.
County wise effect of COVID-19 on abroad studies
Austria- There is no announcement has been made for application, although the universities in Austria have been conducting online classes.
Belgium- all the universities of Belgium have limited or suspended their classrooms. All the classes will be on remote.
Similarly, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom has suspended all the classes in universities but all the classes will conducted online and there is no update on admission process in these universities.
However, you can check the latest update on the official website of the respective universities. But one thing is fixed completely that there is no appearance allowed in the campus of universities until the situation get at least a bit in control.
Also, before applying for student VISA of the country please make sure about the Study VISA approval policy of the country so that you can complete all your process hustle free.